Wire Christmas Tree

6:00:00 AM

I bought this "wire thingy" for $1.00 
at a thrift store. It can be
put together to make a
Christmas Tree.  
Really?


It was only $1.00 so I'll try it, surely I could make something out of it...
Ok so far, kind of Christmas Tree like....


After cruising the craft store for an hour 
or so, I decided on this... 
the garland was half off ...


I was also thinking greens, burlap and paint cloth...

I began by wrapping the garland around the wire tree...


and then tied on strips of paint cloth 
and wired on greens...


I turned the "wire thingy" into a
Primitive Christmas Tree!
It's maybe even ready for a small string of lights, some hanging red balls or even a star on top!

Holiday Blessings!
Susan




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14 comments

  1. What a lovely christmas tree.
    I think our cats would love it too.
    Love,
    Agnes

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  2. I wouldn't have believed it unless I had seen it. That turned out so cute!!

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  3. Quite an upcycle there! Amazing foresight you have. I like it!!

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  4. Good score! Gotta love those kinda deals! I love what you did with it too! Cheers!

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  5. Love it! So different but still festive, great idea!

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  6. so cute! You have a great eye.

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  7. I love how you put this cute little tree together! It looks so simple, and festive.

    ~Shanon

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  8. Yes, your primitive Christmas Tree is wonderful. I wonder if this can be recreated for two sides of the front door.

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  9. That's great!
    Ooo...you could wrap one of those with pink feather boas....or that fake 'pine' garland...or a string of fairy lights....or....

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